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MILLIONAIRES' ESTATES.

-The.: estate in. personalty in the United Kingdom, amounting to £2,4Q3 ; 585, Jeft by Mr William Louis Winnni, seventy-five, of Baltimore (U.S"A:)",~who: died'ia'Pembridge Bayswater, in June last), is (the ' Statist' points out) the largest upon which duty has been levied'fornome yean. Mr John Rylands, o'ghty-seven, of Wood street and of Manchester, who died iu 1888, owned personal estate then valued at £2,574,922, but now represented largely by shares in Rylands and Lonß, Limited, quoted at more than twice their, nominal value. Mr Hugh M'Calmont in 1887 left ptrsoaalty to the amount of £3,121,931, the greater part of which was in trust tor seven years after his de*th, and then, with the accumulations of interest, came to his great-nephew, Captain M'Calmont. The personal estate of Baron Hermann De Stern was valued at £3,544,978 ; and that of Sir Andrew Barclay Walker, sixty-nine, brewer, at £2.874,130. Mr Junius Spencer Morgan, seven-six, left personalty in the United Kingdom amounting to £2,022,054. The estate of Mr Andrew Montague, eighty, of logmanthorpe, Yorkshire, was valued in"1895 at £1,992,657 ; but, including realty, his ettate probab y amounted to nearly £3,000.000 in value.

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MILLIONAIRES' ESTATES., Issue 10471, 15 November 1897

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MILLIONAIRES' ESTATES. Issue 10471, 15 November 1897

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